Tomorrow Fiction: ‘My Space’ by Nick Wray

Tomorrow Fiction: ‘My Space’ by Nick Wray

My Space Nick Wray He was late – even though the email had told him where and when the spaceship would appear. And there it was, a white-hot ember flying through the sky above him! At ‘apogee’…literally the high point. For an instant, the extra-terrestrial...

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Interview: HCE Meets Paul Grimsley

Interview: HCE Meets Paul Grimsley

INTERVIEW: HCE MEETS PAUL GRIMSLEY   FORGE NETTING BY PAUL GRIMSLEY Musehick Publications ISBN 978-1944864453 £10.83 /96 pages   Paul Grimsley is, in his own words, a “prolific poet and multi-genre writer; made in the UK, re-tooled in the US of A”. Across more than...

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Tomorrow Fiction: ‘The Quest’ by Hayley Liversidge

Tomorrow Fiction: ‘The Quest’ by Hayley Liversidge

The Quest Hayley Liversidge THIS was going to be hard, Zac thought, but it had to be done. “I’ve joined The Quest,” he announced. Marie dropped the glass she was cleaning. It hit the floor, exploding into tiny glittering shards. “You can’t,” she gasped....

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Tomorrow Poem: ‘Evolved’ by Denise Silk-Martelli

Tomorrow Poem: ‘Evolved’ by Denise Silk-Martelli

Evolved Denise Silk-Martelli   What of the future? Of tomorrow? Contact with aliens? Probably. Little green men? I doubt it. Perhaps a more evolved community Perhaps a more evolved consciousness That doesn’t pollute its environment Rage war against its own...

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Tomorrow Fiction: ‘THE LAST MAN TO DIE’ by Adam Lock

Tomorrow Fiction: ‘THE LAST MAN TO DIE’ by Adam Lock

THE LAST MAN TO DIE Adam Lock   My brother, Ash, will be the last man to die. The silver box reminds me of Dad’s glasses case, the hinges resisting, until they relent and hold open the lid. No one wears glasses anymore. Inside is a blister pack of pills....

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